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A Voice from the Chorus

Synopsis

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by ANDREY SINYAVSKY adapted for radio by HALLAM TENNYSON from the translation of MAX HAYWARD and KYRIL FITZLYON with Paul Scofleld as Andrey and ERIC ALLAN , SEAN BARRETT, TIMOTHY BATESON , TIM BENTINCK , MALCOLM HAYES , JOHN HOLLIS , STEFAN KALIPHA , HAROLD KASKET , HILDA KRISEMAN ,GEOFFREY MATTHEWS , DANNY SCHILLER , PHILIP SULLY and DAVID SWIFT as the Chorus
Andrey Sinyavsky was sentenced to six years in a Soviet labour camp in 1965. A Voice from the Chorus is compiled from the 4etters he wrote to his wife. Songs composed by STEPHEN OLIVER
JOHN TOMLINSON (singer) ANTHEA GIFFORD (guitar)
TOMMY REILLY (harmonica) Directed by HALLAM TENNYSON
Paul Scofield , speaking light as paper and hard as steel ...y managed to slide, within seconds, from lofty meditation to the ludicrous. (OBSERVER)

Contributors

Unknown: Hallam Tennyson
Unknown: Kyril Fitzlyon
Unknown: Paul Scofleld
Unknown: Eric Allan
Unknown: Timothy Bateson
Unknown: Tim Bentinck
Unknown: Malcolm Hayes
Unknown: John Hollis
Unknown: Stefan Kalipha
Unknown: Harold Kasket
Unknown: Hilda Kriseman
Unknown: Geoffrey Matthews
Unknown: Danny Schiller
Unknown: Philip Sully
Unknown: David Swift
Unknown: Andrey Sinyavsky
Composed By: Stephen Oliver
Singer: John Tomlinson
Guitar: Anthea Gifford
Guitar: Tommy Reilly
Directed By: Hallam Tennyson
Unknown: Paul Scofield

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A Voice from the Chorus

BBC Radio 3, 3 June 1979 20.00






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